Meteor Inkjet To Present At The European Inkjet Development Conference in Hamburg
Digital printing is transforming the Textile Industry, primarily for fashion apparel but increasingly in home furnishings and technical textile applications. After making significant inroads in Europe, inkjet systems now sell in all major textile-producing regions and the ratio of digitally to conventionally printed textiles continues to rise.
Meteor Inkjet, based in Cambridge, U.K., is a leading independent supplier of printhead driving solutions for digital textile printers of all sizes, scanning and single-pass.
Providing products with a host of features backed by responsive, world-wide technical support,
The IMI Europe Inkjet Ink Development Conference is aimed at inkjet development chemists looking to find out the latest products, technology and techniques, and exchange ideas with peers.
The conference covers materials, characterisation, formulation, printing, curing and other aspects of digital printing solutions.
Meteor Inkjet Ltd’s product manager for DropWatching Systems, Matthew Pullen, will be presenting 'Manipulating printhead waveforms: Tools and techniques' on Wednesday 10th April.
The choice of printhead driving waveform can make the difference between dazzling success and dismal failure for any industrial inkjet system. The topic of waveforms can seem complex and baffling given the myriad of printhead types, all driven in unique ways, together with a seemingly infinite variety of fluids. What is a waveform and how is it created? Can waveforms be optimised for specific applications? This talk will provide answers to these questions and more, with emphasis on the special tools and techniques required to manipulate waveforms.